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We kept going back to this place every time we were in Athens over the past couple of weeks. The proprietor and his bartenders were amazing! Not only do they carry a wonderful array of Greek wines, but when you order a glass, you get...More
As woman solo traveller, its nice to find a place where you can enjoy a delicious glass of wine and feel very welcome. The owners are so nice and I enjoyed coming there every evening after long conference days. Thank you so much!
My husband and I found this little place on our last night in Athens or we would have been back for sure! The gentleman helping us was so friendly, chatted with us and told us all about the wines. We ended up getting individual glasses...More
So many good things to say about this little gem! 1) it’s just off the busy path to the Acropolis, 2) perfect little scenery in an alleyway with indoor and outdoor seating, 3) business is run by two brothers who are passionate, friendly, and work...More
A fantastic little wine bar. Only two blocks away from the tourist traps near the Akropolis museum, but a million times better than their standard moussaka and house wine.
A very friendly owner/bartender that can teach you about greek wines. He has a good variety...More
If you are looking for wine in Athens, this is your place to be. The brothers that run this place know and love their wine, along with giving the best advice on food. I would 100% recommend this for any traveler looking for delicious wine...More
Named after the well-preserved Thission (ancient temple of Hephaestus), Thissio is blessed with a small wooded park and some less frenetic streets that offer numerous quieter places to stay and eat. Largely pedestrianized Apostolou Pavlou Street runs between the Acropolis and forested Filopappou Hill, well worth climbing for more great panoramas, until it merges with Dionysiou Areopagitou Street. This leads to the
up-and-coming area of Makriyanni, whose centerpiece is the magnificent new Acropolis Museum. Opposite the museum is the entrance to the southern slopes of the Acropolis, while the eponymous metro station nearby is at the top of Makriyanni Street, another strip of touristic cafés and restaurants.